Sasha is a somewhat short woman, with bright green eyes. Her hair is red with a blonde streak running through it. She wears loose black leggings and a blue tunic, with a long, black vest that is covered with pockets. She doesn’t like to draw attention; unfortunatly, sometimes she can’t help it.
Sasha is a remarkable woman, and her parents are as remarkable. Her father is a pirate lord, and her mother is a gypsy princess. No one is quite sure how that came about, and there is much speculation. Sasha grew up on her father’s ship and traveling with her mother. When Sasha was six, her mother suddenly vanished while Sasha was with her father. Sasha and her father eventually assumed that the mother was dead. Her father remarried, and had a son by that marriage.
Sasha grew up with a very loose ethical code, which perhaps explains her outlook. She is fundamentally opposed to earning a living via honest means, and gets her money by robbery, banditry, trickery, and the occasional stint of piracy. She earned her nickname because she is quite clever, and proves that at every available opportunity. (And the unusual coloration of her hair helped.) Even though Sasha makes a living by dishonest means, she will not kill unless she is forced to do so. She will hold a grudge for years, however, and plot a suitable revenge.
Sasha’s half-brother grew up to be a gambler. He’s not a very good gambler, however, and Sasha sometimes has to go pull him out of a mess he’s gotten himself into. Despite this, she is very fond of him. Sasha still sees her father occasionally, sometimes even working with him. She and her step-mother don’t get along too well, though.
Perhaps Sasha’s mother isn’t dead. If Sasha finds that out, she will damn well want to know where she’s been for the past twenty years. This could lead to her approaching the PCs for help to find her.
Sasha’s brother has a tendancy to borrow money from the wrong people. This time he’s gotten into such a bad position that Sasha can’t get him out by herself. She may try to get the PCs to help her, particularly if they are having trouble with the same fellow.
The PCs need to try to track down a certain pirate, be it for bounty or personal reasons. This pirate happens to be Sasha’s father or someone he knows. The PCs will have to deal with Sasha in order to find the pirate in question most likely. Of course, Sasha probably won’t be willing to help them…
Sasha’s father hasn’t heard from her in a while, and he’s starting to get worried. He might very well try to find a band of adventurers to hire to go make sure she’s all right.
For some reason, Sasha’s step-mother wants her found. The reason depends entirely on whether or not she’s the stereotypical evil step-mother.